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14 March 2019

Repeated early-life exposure to inter-parental conflict increases risk of preadolescent mental health problems

This study used longitudinal data to investigate the association between inter-parental conflict on a single occasion, or repeated over early childhood, and children’s internalising and externalising problems at 10–11 years; and examined potential mechanisms for explaining the association (social risk, maternal mental health, and parenting).